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oh woah oh woah ♪ ♪ here's to never growing up oh woah raise your glass and say ♪ ♪ oh woah here's to never growing up oh woah ♪ ♪ oh woah here's to never growing up and never never ♪ ♪ growing up oh woah oh woah here's to never growing up ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: avril lavigne! hey, good to see you again. that was great. sorry i missed it before. thanks for coming. i want to thank my guests, robert downey jr., chadwick boseman, and of course avril lavigne. monday night, ben kingsley will be here. jimmy fallon is next. have a great weekend. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, welcome! how are you? hey, ho.
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[ cheers and applause ] welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. oh, my gosh. that's a great new york city crowd right there. you can feel the energy. [ cheers and applause ] it's been a lot of energy here around the building. the nfl draft is well underway right across the street, over at -- [ yelling ] thank, sir. [ light laughter ] we gave out a red bull under one of the chairs tonight. >> steve: really? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the nfl draft is over at radio city music hall, and last night, the new york jets chose alabama cornerback dee milliner. [ scattered applause ] and as of this evening, he's still on the run. [ laughter ] "you'll never get me to play for the jets!" this is big news, though. it turns out that former notre dame linebacker manti te'o did not get picked in the first round of the draft. [ audience aws ] but they told him he was, so it's all good. [ laughter and applause ]
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i love this. yesterday, michael buble gave an impromptu a cappella performance in a new york subway station. which was great news for commuters and terrible news for the guy who makes his living playing an empty paint bucket. [ laughter ] "do you guys want to hear 'lean on me'? do you guys want to hear 'lean on me'?" [ laughter ] check this out, guys. a new poll found that former congressman anthony weiner -- [ laughter ] he only has a 15% chance of winning the race for new york city mayor. although, in his defense, he's a grower, not a shower. so, i mean -- [ laughter ] >> steve: that's what the poll says. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this is cool, you guys. earlier this week, the white house began posting videos to twitter's new video app, vine. do you guys know that app? it's good. you can upload videos, but they
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can only be six seconds long. you know what i'm saying? i don't think obama realized that. check this out. >> oh, oh, that green light means we're -- oh, we're taping now. you know, uh -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but he -- eventually, got the gist. >> all right, here we go. this tax plan is clunky. a real lemon. lemon -- [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go. let's just watch it again. it's fun. >> all right, here we go. this tax plan is clunky. a real lemon. lemon -- >> jimmy: there you go. shout out to will sasso there, yeah. did you guys see this earlier this week? a baseball umpire was hit in the crotch with a foul ball. a foul ball ricocheted off a batter's -- player's bat pretty hard. take a look at this. [ audience ohs ]
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yeah, the count was two balls, one strike. and it was just -- [ laughter ] [ applause ] listen to this, you guys. after being named the unhappiest and the fattest state in the country, west virginia has now been named the most stressed out state. [ light laughter ] researchers aren't sure why, but they think it might have something to do with being called sad and fat. [ laughter ] rough year for them. leave them alone. and finally, a woman in florida is being praised for turning over $36,000 in cash after finding it on a golf course. authorities are saying it's a selfless move while the woman's like, "good, because i found $80,000." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight! give it up! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we got a great show tonight! she's the best! from nbc's "parks and recreation," our pal, amy poehler is here! [ cheers and applause ] love her. plus, he's a very talented young actor from the new film, "the english teacher." michael angarano is stopping by! [ cheers and applause ] and we have some great music from iron and wine tonight! [ cheers and applause ] woo. you guys, today is friday. that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. you know, i check my inbox, return some e-mails, and, of course, send out thank you notes. well, i was running a bit behind today, so i thought, if you wouldn't mind, i just would like to write out my weekly "thank you notes" right now. do you guys mind? [ cheers and applause ] james, can i get some -- james, can i get some "thank you note" writing music, please? ♪ >> steve: what's he looking at?
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he's scared. >> jimmy: is he seeing things? [ light laughter ] >> steve: we're not filling that in with anything. >> jimmy: no. in his head -- >> steve: he's hoping that we superimpose something there. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, spring weather, for turning my winter weight into just plain ol' fat. [ light laughter ] really packed it on there. >> steve: i'm just fat. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, new york city, for extending cell phone service in the subway -- [ scattered cheers ] -- forcing me to come up with a new lie when i want to get off the phone with someone. ♪ [ laughter ] thank you, new report that says more american students are applying to college in canada,
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which makes sense, since it's a lot easier to get straight ehs. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on! come on! ♪ eh? "b," "a," "a," "b." >> jimmy: "a," "b," eh? ♪ thank you, people who ask what time it is, for basically saying, "i know i could just pull my phone out of my pocket, but instead, can you pull your phone out of your pocket?" [ laughter ] sure, i work for you. ♪ thank you, new study that reveals women prefer men with large genitals, for clearly not taking into account the barbie vote. [ light laughter ] >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: that's the umpire from that game. [ laughter ] >> steve: he got sacked.
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♪ >> jimmy: thank you, spring cleaning, for managing to make the idea of only cleaning your house once a year sound fresh and thy. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, fruit bowls, for being a decorative way to let things rot. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: i'll have an oreo. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, the percentage sign, for being a slight adjustment away from being super inappropriate. [ laughter and applause ] there you have it! those are my "thank you notes." [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: of course that was the one and only michael buble, that last bit. and we love that guy. [ cheers and applause ] his new album right here, "to be loved," just came out last week. we love that guy. he always comes by and does something silly with us. so, we appreciate that guy. thank you, michael buble, for doing that. our first guest today, golden globe and emmy-nominated actress. i mean, i have to explain who she is. gosh, we love her so much. she's on nbc's hit show, "parks and recreation," which airs thursdays at 9:30 p.m. right here on nbc. well, you know her. you love her. the beautiful amy poehler! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. >> aw, you look nice. >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> i saw the most amazing band recently. these chickens! they were so good! [ laughter ] they were so good. >> jimmy: -- very talented chickens. yeah. >> so good. >> jimmy: i like the short one. she's the cutest. but i just saw you at the "time" 100 party. >> yeah, it was really fun. >> jimmy: that was actually a great time. >> it was. it's all these, like, really interesting scientists and researchers and businesspeople. then, like, they throw a few, you know, actors and comedians in there just to -- >> jimmy: at one point, i think it was just me and you dancing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> well, miguel was performing. i really like miguel. >> jimmy: yeah, me too. [ applause ] >> -- and i'm looking at the roots. i want to make sure -- >> jimmy: no, we know the miguel. >> okay, yeah. >> jimmy: we know miguel, yeah. >> yeah, ahmir was like, "okay." and he was great and, you know -- >> jimmy: it was fun. but christina aguilera -- >> christina brought it.
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>> jimmy: christina aguilera. >> yes. >> jimmy: i've never heard her sing "at last." she sang etta james' "at last." >> yes. and i pretended to -- i pretended to say what celine dion had said about her, and i just made stuff up that didn't really make sense. i was like -- [ as celine dion ] "she's magnifique. she's so beautiful. oh, my god -- [ laughter ] if poutine could sing." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: poutine. gosh, if you're from canada, you know that's a great -- >> you know what that is. >> jimmy: french fries and gravy. yeah, and then joe biden. >> yeah, joe biden was there, and, you know, it's not the first event i've been to that he's to. so, it feels like he's stalking me a little bit. >> jimmy: yeah, is that right? [ laughter ] he's just showing you and following you around. >> yeah. what a smile on that one. >> jimmy: i've never heard him -- i've never heard him speak in person. >> he was great. >> jimmy: phenomenal. >> he should definitely in politics. >> jimmy: politics. yeah. [ laughter ] we should call him. if you know him. are you here for the summer? is that true? >> i'm back in new york, yeah. so happy to be home. [ cheers and applause ] so happy. i know. >> jimmy: we've missed you. we love having you here. >> and today was such a
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beautiful day and the weather and the cherry blossoms. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, you have to miss new york. >> all the time. it's the best city in the world. i lived here 17 years. i spent a lot of time in l.a. when i work, but coming back here -- every time you come back to new york and you drive here, it's like this feeling of -- i don't know, for me, just pure joy. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: well, you were saying back -- [ applause ] it's a great spirit. nothing like it in the whole wide world. you can run out in the street and you're like, "it's my birthday!" and someone will go, "happy birthday!" [ laughter ] >> and someone will be like, "give me some money, man!" [ laughter ] "it's your birthday. you give me some money." that's a bit new york. >> jimmy: but you were saying that there, like, when you -- last time you were here, it was new year's, and there was a brand-new restaurant opening. >> oh, that's what i was going to say. when i was leaving on new year's, there was a grand opening of a restaurant on my street. and that was january. and i just came back, and they were like, "we've closed." [ laughter ] i was like, "wow, new york city is rough!" >> jimmy: -- changing. it's rough, man. >> you gotta make it here. >> jimmy: revolving door. if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere. >> that's a great lyric for a song. you should give that to the chickens when they come back around. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'll write that down. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but originally, you're
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from outside of boston. >> right, i'm from a suburb outside of boston -- burlington, mass. and go boston. sending my love to boston, always. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there's a really nice video you posted. you have a website. smart girls at the party. it's sgatp at, oh, .net. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] sure. sure. >> jimmy: it's definitely not smart boys at the party. i'll tell you that much. i had to figure that out. >> okay. >> jimmy: smart girls at the party. that's you put this video up. it's also on youtube of you just explaining to this young girl about -- >> yeah, i answered -- i do this thing called "ask amy" and answer questions from people, but it was a really nice chance to talk a little bit about boston. my relatives are all from boston. in fact, my aunt and my uncle both live in watertown. >> jimmy: no. >> yeah. so, it was -- in what was a terrible tragedy and a very scary time, it was kind of interesting and a little funny to have my parents give me the play by play at 4:00 in the
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morning because they're like, "oh, my god, what time is it? all right, let me --" you know, "bill, move over!" >> jimmy: you hear it on the phone. >> this is, like, a lot of my -- they're like, "all right. okay, now, so far, nothing has happened." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, ma. thank you, mom. >> and my mom was like, "oh, thank god dunkin' donuts is still open." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the sign? >> if dunky's goes down -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's when you know it's serious. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: if dunkin' goes down. >> but, you know, burlington is a really wonderful town, but a bit of a sleepy, suburban town, and so, not a lot of exciting things happen or in the neighboring areas. and, you know, my parents and i used to laugh because we'd read the police blotter every day in the newspaper. and i would just be like -- i'm just going to do it in a boston accent 'cause i assume that's what it was written in. [ light laughter ] but it was like, "man, an unidentified man found lying in car, officer approached car, man sleeping, officer went on his way." [ laughter ] like, that's usually the police blotter. >> jimmy: -- that's the police
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story? hey, i found something very, very cool. "cosmopolitan" magazine. "cosmo." >> heard of it. >> jimmy: yeah. they recently posted this thing where they found an old cover from 1934. and they said, "boy -- >> the year i was born. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and they said, "this looks like amy poehler. this looks like amy poehler." and they put it up. and we made a little split screen right there. >> does it? >> jimmy: don't you think? >> does it? i don't know. >> jimmy: a little bit, it does. >> does it a little bit? >> jimmy: i actually -- well, let's see -- >> well, you know what is cool -- i mean, first of all, to be -- for anybody to think i would be on the cover of anything, but especially "cosmo." and it kind of looks like hi grandmother, my dad's mom, a little bit. >> jimmy: does it really? >> yeah, yeah. but -- >> jimmy: "cosmopolitan" actually lent us the actual magazine. >> wow. >> jimmy: they let us borrow it. this is it from 1934. i don't want to do anything silly to it. this is not a bit. i'm not going to spill -- i'm not going to drop -- crack an egg on it or anything. this is actually the real deal. >> should we, like, you know, read that in bed with doritos? [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: no, i'm telling you. no, we shouldn't. but you what i did bring -- i don't know if this makes any sense -- but i got a hat. [ laughter ] and i got a glass of champagne. >> oh, thank you. that i will enjoy. >> jimmy: do you want to try to recreate it? let's see if this does look like you. >> let's see. i think once i bring this character to life -- >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> -- it'll guarantee they look nothing like this beautiful model. let's see. >> jimmy: wait. can we do a split screen? >> okay, split screen. how's this work? oh, wait, her hat goes like this. ♪ oh, wait, there we go! right? >> jimmy: no. close. [ light laughter ] try the champagne. no, that's good. that's cute. >> wait, like -- oh, hey, here we go. [ laughter ] okay, ready? >> jimmy: yeah. ♪
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>> jimmy: there you go. ♪ >> how about those germans? [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that's the conversation people had? >> oh, those germans! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: leave it on. it looks cute! >> they'll never do anything wrong, those germans. i met some wonderful germans, and i -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a party conversation. that's what she says? >> looking forward to seeing what they do next. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my lord. >> this is a cute hat, though. >> jimmy: yeah, it looks -- anything looks cute on you, amy poehler. >> aw, thanks, dude. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's talk about "parks and recreation." >> okay. >> jimmy: you can leave the hat on. >> yeah, let's leave it on. >> jimmy: let's talk about "parks and recreation." when is the finale? >> i don't know. i have no idea. what date is it today? >> jimmy: no, it's may -- >> yeah, it's may. it's may. >> jimmy: may 2nd, i believe. >> may 2nd. that's right. >> jimmy: that is -- you going to talk like that now? real quick? >> i need, like, a -- this is very girl friday. like, i need a pen and, like, a -- >> jimmy: a pen and a pad. look, i have a couple of questions for you here. >> right over here, right over here. so --
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>> jimmy: yeah, yeah! question, question, over here! >> "parks and recreation --" okay. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but it's may 2nd. >> yeah, no, it's very soon. >> jimmy: yeah. and you have such a great cast. can i just say that? >> the best. we have the best cast in tv or film, comedy or drama. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the gauntlet has been thrown. i really do -- you have such a great cast, and everyone's been on our show and, of course, we've done bits on our show. we sang together. >> we just did our 90th episode. yeah, and we did that 6b thing when i was pregnant with my second guy, who's now 2 1/2, almost 3. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: wow, it's been a while. we're due for a sequel. >> we are. not another baby, but another -- >> jimmy: no, no, no. [ laughter ] that has nothing to do with your baby at all. >> shut down. >> jimmy: no, i want to show -- [ laughter ] >> that's closed! >> jimmy: no -- >> closed! >> jimmy: amy, all right. amy, very good. >> this hat makes me feel drunk! [ laughter and applause ] it makes me feel drunk.
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you put it on. put it on. see what it does to you. >> jimmy: all right, let me see if it -- i have a giant irish head. [ laughter ] i need the champagne. >> oh, here, here. >> jimmy: my big, fat head barely fits in this thing. [ light laughter ] >> -- what would this gentleman say at a bar? ♪ >> jimmy: hi, my name's norman. [ laughter ] that's all he says. [ light laughter ] you take it from there. hi, my name's norman. i think that was -- i want to show everyone a clip of the very great amy poehler in "parks and recreation." take a look at this clip. >> i need to talk to you about a float that is in this parade because i'm not sure that you're going to be -- uh-oh. >> is that me? >> maybe it's not you. maybe it's kate upton. >> oh, thank you. no, it's me. and damn them! hey, hey, hey, hey, hey! hey, stop, please! hey! stop!
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excuse me, pawnee. i'm sorry. i don't mean to stop your parade or anything, but i just have to say something here, okay? i don't think this is very fair! >> babe, babe, stop wagging your finger. >> certain people are lashing out at me because of things that i did this year, but i am not trying to stop you from having fun. i am an extremely fun person! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's very well written. it's a great show. >> thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: every time we have you on here, either we have you dress in a chicken suit or playing a fun game or something. i would like to play another fun game with you if you don't mind. >> it would be my pleasure and privilege. >> jimmy: oh, please. all right. amy poehler and i are playing "password" when we get back. it's very fun. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ break the news gently. we need to leave our contract plan for net10 wireless. what? says who? change can be difficult. i love my phone. yeah, she loves her phone. you could keep your phone and number. but for half of what we pay now.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: very funny, jimmy. welcome back to "late night," everybody. to my right is one of my favorite people in the world and the star of nbc's "parks and recreation," the beautiful amy poehler! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ who are you playing with, amy? >> i'm playing with allison, and she's from rochester, new york. >> steve: oh!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] and to my left, the host of nbc's "late night" and sweetheart jimmy fallon. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: don't ask me who's my partner. >> steve: who is your partner? >> jimmy: my partner is dan. >> steve: from where? >> jimmy: east side of new york. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and we're here to play "password!" >> yeah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: i'm your host, steve higgins. the rules of the game are very simple. i will give each of you a password, and you'll each only give a one-word clue to your partner. one word only. if a clue is determined illegal by our judges, you will hear this. [ buzzer ] and you will forfeit your turn. now, the team with the most points after six words wins. any questions? >> well -- >> jimmy: ah -- >> steve: great! the first clue goes to amy and jimmy, and amy, since you are our guest, you will start off. >> the password is --
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>> steve: are you ready? >> jimmy: wait, we have to do it tonight. you can't take this much time. that is ridiculous. >> steve: amy, are you ready? one word. >> plumage. [ laughter ] >> down. >> steve: ooh, jimmy? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: bird. >> flock. >> steve: ooh, no! [ laughter ] >> nbc. >> peacock. [ ding ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> is nbc not a word? >> steve: i didn't hear a buzz. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> is nbc not a word? it's a lifestyle. [ laughter ] it's a lifestyle. >> the password is --
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>> steve: we're going to start with you, allison. remember, one word. no acronyms. >> or initials. >> jimmy: whenever you're ready, allison. >> take your time, allison. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: welcome back to "last call with carson daly", everybody. >> steve: that's implying that she's taking a long time. >> okay. >> derby. >> kentucky. >> steve: ooh, no. >> rider. >> jimmy: jockey! >> steve: boom! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] oh, my. yeah. 4-5. this is a barn burner. james, we will start with you. >> the password is -- >> steve: just don't cheat, please. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: titter. [ light laughter ] >> cow? >> jimmy: cow. >> steve: what'd you say?
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[ laughter ] what did he say? >> he said titter. >> jimmy: i said titter. [ laughter ] >> steve: raquel welch. anyway. [ laughter ] [ talking over each other ] [ laughter ] >> laugh. >> cow. >> did you say cow? [ laughter ] cow is the wrong answer! cow is the wrong answer! >> jimmy: everyone keeps saying cow. everyone keeps guessing cow. >> dan guessed something that's totally wrong. >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] >> just remember, titter and laughs -- [ laughter ] >> not laughter. >> okay. [ talking over each other ] >> we're moving on. >> steve: dan, listen up -- >> jimmy: judges -- >> steve: we've heard -- we've heard -- >> jimmy: thank you, judges.
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>> steve: laughter and -- what was yours? titter? >> titter. >> steve: titter. >> laugh. >> jimmy: don't bring up mine. >> steve: right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: baby. [ light laughter ] >> um -- [ buzzer ] >> steve: all right. amy? >> shy -- [ laughter ] >> chai? >> shy. [ laughter ] >> steve: not chai. not like the chinese word for tea. >> jimmy: all right. >> shy. >> steve: shy. >> shy, baby, laugh, titter. [ bleep ] [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. shy, baby, laugh, titter! [ laughter ] >> steve: are you going to guess? >> jimmy: shy, baby, laugh,
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titter. thank you. >> you're done -- [ buzzer ] >> steve: all right, all right. dan, jim. down to two points. >> jimmy: gurgle. [ laughter ] [ buzzer ] >> carrot! >> oh! >> carrot. >> carrot. >> jimmy: very close. >> steve: carrot, cow, shy -- >> jimmy: happy 4/20, everybody! [ laughter ] >> steve: funyuns! >> pillsbury. >> doughboy. >> jimmy: ah, there you are. all right, very good. the word you are -- [ laughter ] >> steve: go! >> well, that's not fair. >> steve: well, you can rhyme it. >> you can? >> jimmy: yeah, it doesn't matter. the word was giggle. >> steve: all right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, now, we'll give it to you guys, yeah. >> i'm so sorry. giggle. don't listen to what dan says. >> jimmy: oh, really? carrots and cows? of course.
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>> steve: okay. >> the password is -- >> steve: okay, dan, you're going to start. >> am i first? >> jimmy: all right, come on, dan. >> steve: you read the word -- >> hairless. >> hairless? >> jimmy: bald? >> steve: ooh, no. >> hairless. >> hairless, hmm. i'm going to ignore that and listen to what you say. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, allison? oh, watch it with your hand there. >> wig. >> wig? >> steve: it's not charades. >> wig? hairless, wig. toupee? >> yes! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's it. that's the win right there, you guys! you guys got it right there! [ cheers and applause ] amy poehler, "parks and recreation" airs thursdays at 9:30 p.m. on nbc. [ cheers and applause ] come on back! more "late night" when you come back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest this evening is a great young actor who stars opposite julianne moore, greg kinnear and nathan lane in a new movie called "the english teacher," which is currently available on
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demand and will hit theaters may 17th. please welcome to the show a talented dude. here's michael angarano! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: michael angarano! >> angarano! >> jimmy: hey, angarano! what are you doing over there? >> the angarano name has reverberated through brooklyn streets for many years. >> jimmy: you are. you're a native, right? you're a brooklyn -- >> i was born in brooklyn. raised in staten island. >> jimmy: that's what we're talking about. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's right. >> jimmy: and you're a cool guy. >> you, too, though, right? >> jimmy: i was born in brooklyn as well, yeah, but i was raised upstate in saugerties, new york, in a facility. [ laughter ] >> spent a month there? >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. i -- i got to be honest. we've never met, but i -- >> i know. >> jimmy: -- i feel like i know your face so well because we were in "almost famous" together. >> i know. >> jimmy: and you were fantastic in that movie. >> so were you. it's my -- >> jimmy: no, no. >> it's one of the best things about that movie is that you can
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turn it on during any scene and it's a great scene. >> jimmy: it's a great -- >> and your scene in that movie is one of my favorite scenes. "you got to take what you can, when you can, while you can. you've got to do it now." >> jimmy: "you've got to do it now." that's very good! thank you. that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] >> because if you think mick jagger's gonna be doing the rock star -- you are sadly, sadly mistaken. >> jimmy: i can't believe you know all that. >> it's one of my favorite scenes. >> jimmy: here's a picture of you and zooey deschanel and frances mcdormand there from the movie. there you are there. look at you. aw! but you were phenomenal then, and you're phenomenal now. gosh, what a great guy cameron crowe is, isn't he? >> oh, he's the best, man. he's like -- that was my first real experience acting. i mean, i was acting since age 6, so -- >> jimmy: that was my first and last experience acting. that was it after that for me, yeah. but i was spoiled. i was spoiled rotten. >> i know. i'm in that movie for like five, seven minutes, and i spent three months of that movie -- i spent -- it was a nine-month shoot or something and i was on it for three months. >> jimmy: he's the nicest,
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greatest guy. >> i know. >> jimmy: and he will really get into -- cameron crowe, everybody knows him. he wrote "fast times at ridgemont high." >> "jerry maguire." >> jimmy: "say anything." "jerry maguire." really amazing guy. i remember there was a waiter in some scene that was just a waiter. he didn't have any lines or anything. >> right. >> jimmy: but he was walking, and cameron went up to him and directed him. he said, "okay, it's the end of the night. you have one more thing to do, okay? so, you got to come in. you'll walk by, deliver the drink. all right, is that good? do you feel that?" >> that's so funny. >> jimmy: and he made this guy feel like a million bucks. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i'll never forget that. i was, like, what a cool guy to do that, to take the time to make everyone feel happy and like we're all part of a big family. >> i remember he used to play music during scenes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and, well, there was this one time he came up to me -- we were doing the scene in the car, where i have to be like -- eleven -- where she finds out how old i actually am. and he came to up me -- we were doing it for, like, two days, the scene. and he goes, "michael, i'm going to give you a piece of direction i've never given anybody before, and i'm never going to give
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anybody again. just make it funny." [ laughter ] and i was like -- >> jimmy: and you go, "yeah, i'm 11 years old." i remember he was playing jimi hendrix for some scene where we're supposed to get off the plane. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and we're supposed to look really cool. but billy crudup was in the movie as well, and he was just screwing with me, and he kept tripping me. [ laughter ] and i think it's in the movie actually because i'm so nervous that he's going to trip me. but it was, like -- give it some type of hendrix-ish thing that we can afford. so, i got to walk -- [ laughter ] and it was, like, so lame. ♪ [ laughter ] and i was like, "stop it! stop it, man!" and he kept doing it to me. and actually, the scene we used in the movie, if you watch it, he doesn't trip me, but i'm so nervous, i trip myself going up. [ laughter ] i'm going into the plane, and i trip on the thing and they all -- they just lost it. but it was so fun. i'm happy to see you grow up, and you've become an even more amazing actor. you're in this movie with julianne moore. >> yes. >> jimmy: come on! >> i know. >> jimmy: it doesn't get better that be that! >> my -- one of my childhood
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favorites. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> like, i mean, i put her on the level of meryl streep, of robert de niro. like the best actors -- one of the best actors we have. >> jimmy: yeah, she's phenomenal. >> yeah, she's amazing. >> jimmy: and it's called "the english teacher." what is the movie about? >> she's the english teacher. >> jimmy: there you go. >> and i play a former student of hers who's a failed playwright, and i come back home after trying a stint of playwrighting in new york. very unsuccessful, kind of depressed. and i give her my play, and we decide to put it on at the high school that i went to. and nathan lane plays the drama teacher. and in the process, there's a slight love affair with julianne and i. not that -- i think i gave away the whole movie just now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's fantastic! good for you, buddy. that's awesome, pal. >> i like talking about it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i guess -- i know why. let's take a look at a clip. here's michael angarano and julianne moore in "the english teacher." check this out. >> hey, linda. can we talk about this please? >> no, i don't need to talk about anything.
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i know what i saw. >> well, we didn't do anything. >> oh, how dare you! >> i caught you fooling around with a student. you have the audacity to deny it. >> she started it. i didn't start it. >> that is so chivalrous of you. you know, you're a role model to these kids. they look up to you. to take advantage like that? that is unconscionable. >> i'm sorry. >> you know, i thought you were serious about this play. i thought you were ready to be a professional, but apparently not because this was an amateur move, jason. amateur. >> jimmy: there you go! that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] such a pleasure to meet you finally. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm a big fan. >> thank you. me, too. >> jimmy: my thanks to michael angarano right there! "the english teacher" is available on demand and in theaters may 17th. we have a song from iron and wine after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest just released their fifth album, "ghost on ghost," and they're here tonight to perform a song from it called "grace for saint and ramblers." please welcome back to our show iron and wine! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ but it all came down to you and i
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down to you and i but it all came down ♪ ♪ to you and i down to you and i there were banged up hens stealing first base ♪ ♪ underneath the tables so we never sang grace falling out of bed for the workday week ♪ ♪ there was kissing in the cracks of the flash flood streets there were budding ♪ ♪ blossoms blaring johnny rotten chewed up and swallowed by the prophet ♪ ♪ they were trying to follow bit too green and we paid no tax on our quick romantic ♪ ♪ cul-de-sac but it all came down to you and i down to you and i ♪ ♪ but it all came down to you and i down to you and i there were crashed ♪ ♪ out cars in our bark-old clothes they were rubbing on each other rubbing ♪ ♪ ghost on ghost there were jonesed-up punks and the jesus freaks weaving in and out ♪ ♪ of trouble wrapping round and round a leash
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there were sleepless dreamers doomsday preachers ♪ ♪ the message and e messenger gun beneath the register the sweet gum tree ♪ ♪ by the tough drunk tank we could never give enough to the bad-luck bank there were hopeless ♪ ♪ sinners sweepstake winners they danced with the farmer's daughter capered with the ♪ ♪ corporate lawyers but it all came down to you and i down to you and i ♪ ♪ but it all came down to you and i down to you and i but it all came down ♪ ♪ to you and i down to you and i but it all came down to you and i ♪ ♪ down to you and i there was laughing in the light sugar in the shade ♪ ♪ there were backstab handshakes made on faith we were never out of time and we never entertained ♪ ♪ anybody said out of habit that the wind was going to change there were misled misfits ♪ ♪ teething biscuits fountains full of penny wishes
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parties full ♪ ♪ of pretty dishes side by side with the birds and bees and we never sang grace ♪ ♪ and never ever took a knee with the saints and ramblers movie star handlers high above the aviary ♪ ♪ underneath the cemetery and we never wondered why 'cause the sun was in our eyes ♪ ♪ there was seed for the field there was grease for the wheel ♪ ♪ we were drinking with the luminaries eating with the missionaries but it all came down ♪ ♪ to you and i down to you and i but it all came down to you and i ♪ ♪ down to you and i but it all came down to you and i down to you and i ♪ ♪ but it all came down to you and i down to you and i but it all came down ♪ ♪ to you and i down to you and i but it all came down to you and i ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, my friend! iron and wine! look for the new album, "ghost on ghost." and visit for an exclusive bonus performance right now. my thanks to amy poehler! [ cheers and applause ] michael angarano, michael buble! iron and wine, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] that was great. and for the greatest band, the roots, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for carson daly. thank you for watching. have a great weekend. and hope to see you tomorrow. bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪


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